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Virgin, Loss and the ‘Experience Economy’
Urban Planning
Friday May 15 2020

Virgin, Loss and the ‘Experience Economy’

What if the “Experience Economy’ was better than the ‘'Cheap flights economy’'?

It’s the Economy, Stupid
Business
Wednesday May 6 2020

It’s the Economy, Stupid

“It's the economy, Stupid” is a phrase that was coined by campaign strategist James Carville during Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign, but it is true today as...

Property Leaders Warn of Grind Ahead
Business
Tuesday May 5 2020

Property Leaders Warn of Grind Ahead

Australia’s economy and property sector face a long road to recovery after COVID-19, leaders in real-estate say.

NSW fast-tracks projects to boost economy
Business
Tuesday April 28 2020

NSW fast-tracks projects to boost economy

The first tranche of NSW construction projects set to be fast-tracked in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic will create thousands of jobs and inject more than...

Roads, Rail and Regulation to Mend Economy
Business
Monday April 27 2020

Roads, Rail and Regulation to Mend Economy

Major construction projects and business regulations will be key components of Australia's recovery from the coronavirus economic storm.

Housing Construction Slowdown Drags Down Aussie Economy
Business
Thursday December 5 2019

Housing Construction Slowdown Drags Down Aussie Economy

The slowdown in housing construction continues to weigh on the Australian economy, the latest data shows.

Is the Circular Economy inconvenient?
Green
Thursday October 17 2019

Is the Circular Economy inconvenient?

40% of people are sleep deprived, inadequate sleep kills more than 3000 people each year and 53% of us admit to feeling constantly exhausted. We’re too...

Construction Falls at Steepest Rate in Six Years
Business
Tuesday June 11 2019

Construction Falls at Steepest Rate in Six Years

Conditions throughout Australia’s construction sector continue to worsen, with the latest data indicating that the building environment in May deteriorated at its fastest pace in six...

Business
14 Sep, 2018
Unemployment Rate Steady at 5.3% in August

Employment growth in August was twice as high as expected, keeping the nations' unemployment rate steady at 5.3 per cent for the second month in a...

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Business
23 Aug, 2018
Construction up 1.6% in Latest Quarter

Construction work done across Australia rose by 1.6 per cent in the June quarter.

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Mining
21 Aug, 2018
WA Primed for $2 Trillion Lithium Bonanza

Western Australia has a chance to get a huge slice of the fast-growing global lithium battery market if it sets up a processing sector, a lobby...

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Business
10 Aug, 2018
NZ Reserve Bank May Hold Rate Until 2020

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand says it might not move the official cash rate for more than two years as it adds to voices pointing...

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Business
9 Aug, 2018
RBA Upbeat But in no Hurry for Rate Hike

The "best course" of action for the Reserve Bank of Australia is for the cash rate to stay at record lows for the time being, RBA...

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Business
31 Jul, 2018
Victoria Bests NSW as Top Performing Economy

More people and new homes have helped Victoria edge past NSW as the nation's top performing economy, a new report shows.

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Residential
24 Jul, 2018
Housing 'Credit Crunch' Hightens Risk

Rising global interest rates and tighter bank lending risk triggering a "mini-credit crunch" that could send Australia's house prices, a new report warns.

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Residential
20 Jun, 2018
Declining House Prices Have Further to Fall

Economists are warning of further house price falls but are confident this won't derail the economy more broadly although it may delay an official interest rate...

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Business
20 Jun, 2018
NSW Budget Surplus Comes in at $3.9b

The NSW treasurer has revealed a $3.9 billion budget surplus and promised to use "the Holy Grail of numbers" to relieve cost-of-living pressures across the state.

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